The Alameda Council, Boy Scouts of America, has a 93 year history of helping shape and mold the values and character of youth and adults in Alameda. Being prepared means having the ability to deal with the many tough challenges life presents - and that’s what Scouting is all about. We collaborate with local organizations like schools and churches to provide resources to our youth as well as the community at large. Scouting provides the following programs which currently serve 3,020 (over 52%) total youth of Scouting age in Alameda. 40% of our membership is female, making the Alameda Council, BSA, the largest youth serving co-educational program in town. (read more...)
The Alameda Council serves the Island City of Alameda in Alameda County, California and supports a wide variety of Scouting units. Click the links to your left to get the latest information on our calender, news, activities and other resources useful to our members and volunteers OR click one of the Scouting Program Information buttons below to learn more about Scouting activities and about Scouting in general.
To get specific information on joining any Alameda Boy Scouting programs, contact the Council Scout Executive Charles Howard-Gibbon or call (510) 522-2772. Check out what Scouting has to offer here in Alameda!